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Intel Climate Change Policy

Intel’s position and policy on climate change, covering its established and ongoing leadership in providing the most energy-efficient products.

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Intel Chemical Review, Use, and Selection

Comprehensive review of all materials used at Intel to ensure employee safety, environmental protection, and chemical use regulatory compliance.

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Intel and the Environment: Energy-Efficient Products

With energy-efficient computing, Intel helps drive best sustainable business practices for energy-conscious manufacturing.

Students in Argentina Save a Local Tree from Deforestation

Clara Duarte and Emilce Espinoza identify more diverse uses for a local tree species and help establish a nature preserve where it can thrive.

Intel OHSAS 18001: 2007 Multi-Site Registration Certificate

NSAI Certificate of Registration of Occupational Health and Safety Management System asserts compliance with semiconductor manufacturing requirements.

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Intel ISO 14001:2004 Multi-Site Registration Certificate

NSAI Certificate of Registration of Environmental Management System declares that Intel complies with requirements for manufacturing semiconductors

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Technology Can Empower Sustainable Choices

Video: Frog Design, Intel take a fresh look at the retail environment, create new ways of saving energy.

Automation Leads to Reduced Energy Consumption

In part 1 of IT sustainability, Intel’s Mike Breton talks proof of concept work on lowering office energy consumption and at home.

Intel's Progress to Halogen-Free

Intel Chip Chat episode shows Joe Barletta talking about progressing to halogen-free and removing adverse materials from products.

Intel Ireland Helps Preserve the Leixlip Spa

Video: Intel and local councils preserve the Leixlip Spa, adjacent to Intel Ireland’s Leixlip campus.